Ask FunTrivia Question Archive
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232
Questions From Aug 24 04
50501. Morbid as it may sound, how long does it take to turn a human body into ashes in a crematorium?
50502. Do athletes get paid for winning a gold medal at the Olympics?
50503. How does an undertaker embalm a body?
50504. In ancient Egypt how long did it take from start to finish to embalm a mummy?
50506. Adolf Hitler said to a person, "You have to look to nature to find out what streamlining is," and asked him to do something. When this person followed Hitler's advice to produce a masterpiece, Hitler called it "strength through joy." What did this person do?
50507. This creature gets its name from the Greek word for 'womb' because it resembles the shape of the womb. Name the creature?
50509. What is unique about 103-year-old William Stone?
50510. What does FTD and FTG stand for?
50511. Guitarist/singer Keith Hopwood, bassist/singer Karl Green, guitarist/singer Derek "Lek" Leckenby and drummer Barry Whitwam were among the younger musicians on the Manchester band scene in 1963, when they started playing together. Before they became Herman's Hermits, what were they called?
50513. What NFL Hall of Fame inductee was originally drafted by the Cardinals but never played in the majors?
50514. For what full name is the Cy in Cy Young?
50517. Why was a rower at the 1956 Olympics awarded two golds for one event?
50519. How many varieties of grapes come from Greece?
50520. There have been six chancellors of Birmingham University, England. Who are they?
50521. What is the name of the female who grew the longest beard which measured 27.9 cm, in 1990?
50522. There are two people with the surname Coe who have won Gold medals for Britain. In which events?
50523. What is the longest word which when written and rotated through 180 degrees still reads the same, in other words, upside down?
50524. There are only two types of nut mentioned in the Bible. What are they?
50525. How rare are Megalodon teeth that come from the Cooper River?
50528. How did an Olympic gymnast recently show that she was less than perfect at softball?
50529. Who was cremated on the marge of Lake Lebarge?
50530. What does DOA on the "Friends" theme song stand for?
50532. Where is the hottest place on Earth and how hot is it?
50533. What is Milhouse's last name on 'The Simpsons'?
50534. I thought the Olympics were just for amateurs. When were professionals first allowed to compete, or is it different for every sport?
50536. What food comes in Bullet, Fine, and Brilliant sizes?
50538. Can you name the oldest Major League Baseball player to get his first homer?
50539. How many cards are in a deck including the jokers?
50540. In the spring of 1975, Sweet had their first self-penned hit. What was the name of that hit?
50541. Sting had a small film role in what 1998 movie?
50544. What are all the colors for Honda's Element?
50545. What was the name of the person who shopped Balco Laboratories and the THG drug, and why?
50546. Why hasn't "Postman Pat" been banned in Wales for sexual discrimination?
50547. Why is the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem so named?
50549. Can anyone give a list of the countries, presumably including the Vatican City State, that have never won an Olympic medal?
50551. What is a three sided pyramid called?
50552. Who is the girl in the Coke ad walking down the street singing and passing out bottles of Coke to people?
50553. If I have a fin, a sawbuck, and four bits, how much do I have?
50556. Why was the Stanley Cup recently taken off an Air Canada flight?
50560. How many church bells are required to provide 720 combinations of rings before an additional bell is required?
50562. Who was the first monarch to win a medal at the modern Olympics?
50563. Who gave invaluable advice to Jesse Owens just before his last jump at the 1936 Olympics that enabled him to win the gold?
50564. Why is the Australian cricketer Mark Waugh nicknamed "Afghanistan"?
50568. Hurricaines and typhoons seem to most commonly hit the eastern side of a land mass - the east coast of the US, Mexico, Asia. Is there a meteorological, geographical or some other contributor to this phenomenon?
50569. In which Olympic games were the gold medal, silver medal and bronze medal introduced for the first time?
50570. After the 2004 MLB season, two players will be able to claim they played in over 40 ballparks. Does one play in the American League, the other in the National League?
50571. What is the origin of the 'thumbs up - thumbs down' sign?
50572. In what country was Jackson Browne born?
50573. In 2003 Sting was awarded Billboard's highest honor for creative achievement. What is this award called?
50577. Assuming you are using the correct finger placements, what is the longest English word that can be typed by one hand on a standard QWERTY keyboard?
50578. Who is current mayor of Atlanta?
50579. What is the most dominated sport by one country in the Modern Olympics?
50581. Who won two Olympic (not Paralympic) silvers despite being unable to move her legs from the knee down due to polio and how?
50583. What percentage of the competitors in the Olympic synchronised swimming event, since the event entered the Olympics, have been twins?
50584. Which country's flag has an AK-47 rifle on it?
50585. Which was Britain's oldest colony?
50586. What was the name of Einstein's mother?
50588. How exactly does acupuncture work?
50589. Why does alcohol make people drunk?
50591. What is the world's hottest spice?
50592. What are some theories as to what caused the unexpected death of Pope John Paul I?
50597. Why is the word "duh" used to express stupidity, do stupid people wander around saying this?
50599. In World War I they used pigeons to send messenges. I read that they were 95% accurate. How did the pigeons know where to go?
50601. Which is the heavier gas, carbon dioxide or oxygen?
50602. In the movie "Norma Rae" what is the state the southern town is located in?
50607. Why don't the winners of Olympic Volleyball also win the Beach Volleyball titles or are they different enough to prevent this?
50609. Why is Thomas Rockwell's children's book "How to Eat Fried Worms" one of the 100 most frequently banned books in school libraries?
50612. What is the official motto of the modern Olympics?
50614. How high must one be above the Earth's surface to experience zero gravity, i.e., at what altitude could a person float around in a spacecraft without effort?
50617. Why is El Paso the only city in Texas that runs on Mountain Time?
50618. While under Nazi occupation during World War II, what country's monarch had the entire population wear yellow Stars of David as a means of protecting the Jewish community?
50619. What nation's name is an acronym for its eight states or regions?
50620. Who designed and programmed "RollerCoaster Tycoon"?
50626. How many women world-wide suffer from endometriosis?
50627. I do not understand the situation regarding amateur and professional athletes in the Olympics. Why do I hear some athletes are not turning pro to continue to play in the Olympics, yet I see NBA millionaires playing in the Olympics. Why the double standard?
50628. Which was the first country to give women the right to vote?
50629. The huddle which is now a common form of celebration in many sports first originated in which sport and why?
50630. What wind instrument produces a sound called a "skirl"?
50631. What inscriptions on US coins did Theodore Roosevelt try in vain to have removed, and why?
50632. Who first warned, "Neither a borrower nor a lender be"?
50633. In Al Pacino's "Scarface" how many times is the F-word said? I hear it's a record amount.
50634. What is the best way to recover from a partially torn meniscus?
50635. Sting?s sixth solo studio album went on to become his best selling release. What is the name of this 1998 release?
50637. Are Christopher Noth and Victor Mature related? They are dead ringers for each other.
50640. Is the George Cross only awarded to civilians or is it a military medal also?
50641. The Olympics that finished yesterday were known as the 28th Olympiad, yet by my reckoning since 1896 there have been only 25 modern Olympiads.
Can anyone explain this or is my counting slightly off-form?
50642. What was the first opera written by an American and premiered in the United States?
50643. What woman has given birth to the most children?
50646. What does it mean when you rouge something, is it like a waxy coating?
50648. Who is the world's richest investor?
50649. Does anybody know how the butterfly got its name?
50653. Which Welshman fought at the Alamo after taking part in an infamous Chartist riot in Britain?
50654. What common color name do we get from the Dutch, meaning "small eyes"?
50656. Someday, I would love to go to Tokyo and want to shop at the famous shopping district Ginza. Can anyone tell me what the word "ginza" means?
50658. As far as I know, Ankh-Morpork is only a city. Does anyone know the country or continent where it is located?
50662. Which famous detective was reportedly present at the Chartist Riots in Newport in 1839?
50664. Does anyone know the name of a foot disease that coal miners can get?
50665. Which fish was scientifically named after a South African museum curator and please identify the curator?
50666. What does the "R." stand for when Queen Elizabeth signs official documents "Elizabeth R."?
50667. Where is Bora Bora located?
50668. What football record set over 70 years ago, in college football, is still safely in place and will probably never be surpassed, and what was so unique about the way the record was set?
50670. Where was the creator of 'The Simpsons' Matt Groening born?
50671. Jean Valjean goes to prison for breaking a window and stealing a loaf of bread because his sister and her children were starving. Does he ever see them again?
50673. Who was the fastest gun in the West?
50678. How many number one hits did Duran Duran have in the UK and in the US?
50680. After gaining independence from Spain, what country later asked it to resume rule?
50681. Who preceded David as King of Israel? Saul? Ishbosheth?
50683. Who dealt the New York Yankees their largest loss in their history?
50685. The Titanic was not the first ship to send an S.O.S. Which ship was the first?
50687. Who is the Philiminator?
50688. What is the area and population of Vatican City?
50690. In the recent gory TV drama "Messiah 3" can anyone explain exactly how Thiernen was killed with that medical scanner?
50692. How large were mosasaur gaudryi, which lived in Africa in the cretaceous period?
50693. Which is the only dog that doesn't have a pink tongue?
50694. What were the first Roman catheters made of?
50695. Who was the first physician to record the case histories of patients?
50696. Where did lapis lazuli get its name?
50697. Why is the grass green?
50703. Endometriosis is defined as the abnormal growth of what kind of cells?
50704. Who was the first person to die by getting eaten by a great white shark?
50705. Musician Ellas Bates is better known by his nick-name, which is also the name of a one-stringed African guitar. What is his nickname?
50706. Which Hollywood leading lady has just had tests for osteoperosis?
50707. Which American artist was known as Jack the Dripper?
50709. When there's a full moon here in the UK, is there a full moon everywhere in the world?
50711. If I weighed 285 pounds here on Earth, how much would I weigh on the other planets in our Solar System? How about the moons?
50712. What does it matter what the elevation is when I am baking a cake?
50713. Has anyone ever died from an LSD overdose?
50718. I need help with this earworm. I've tried to find the title of this song, but so far no luck.
The only lyrics I remember are "Cold black water, she's the devil's daughter. She's hard and she's cold and she's mean." Can anyone help?
50719. Who sings the lyric "Someone good, yeah" in the BBC's version of "Perfect Day"?
50720. Do the girl's name Sharon and the surname of the Israeli premier have the same origin?
50721. Which religious group was established by Mary Baker Eddy in 1879?
50722. Of which African country is Brazzaville the capital?
50724. I believe the shortest surname is "Ng." What is the origin of that name?
50725. Count Chockula, Frankenberry and Boo Berry are the successful Monster Cereals from General Mills. What other two Monster Cereals didn't last?
50726. When was it predicted that the world will end?
50728. The Rolling Stones gave their first performance in London on July 12, 1962. What was the name of the club at which they performed?
50729. If a person is born and they don't have their hair cut until their 21st birthday, what would the length of the hair be on average and would it differ for each sex?
50730. Does Simon & Garfunkel's "Kathy" exist, and if so, who is she?
50734. What was the maximum length for the megalodon?
50735. The man who voiced Disney's Tigger and was also the voice of Dick Dastardly was also an inventor. Who is he and what is his most celebrated invention?
50736. Who had a number one single in the UK by getting a more popular group to record a more popular song on the B-side?
50737. What do Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Babe Ruth, Christy Mathewson and Honus Wagner have in common?
50738. Kiss performed their first paid gig as a warm up band. One year later, to the day that same band was opening for them. What was the name of that band?
50739. Who was the first person to be voted out of the house in each season of the CBS hit show "Big Brother"?
50741. On April 1st 1984 Marvin Gaye, Sr. shot dead his Motown star son, Marvin Gaye, Jr. What became of the fallen preacher and where did he die?
50744. What musical term means to change keys, the movement from one tonic center to another?
50745. Who created the 1989 TV series "Quantum Leap"?
50746. In what state is the 1941 film "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" based?
50748. Who came up with the hole in ring doughnuts?
50749. In baseball, what is a 6-4-3 double play?
50751. What was so significant in December 1941 about three frogmen disabling the British battleships Valiant and Queen Elizabeth, as well as a tanker and destroyer in Alexandria harbor in Italy?
50754. Who is buried in Grant's Tomb?
50756. How long is the coastline of Koch's Island?
50758. What was Alexander Huggins', a teacher in Mississippi in 1868, middle name?
50759. Do any officials check the legitimacy of game shows? I've always wondered if Jeopardy can give the Daily Doubles to players of their choice or if they had to submit the info prior to the show.
50760. What was the full name and title of the man who wrote the lyrics to "Ain't Misbehaving"?
50763. Did Julius Caesar give his name to July and August or was it just July?
50765. Are countries supposed to be abstract nouns?
50766. What is the specific heat of magnesium?
50767. Has the Bank of England ever issued bank notes with a face value greater than £50?
50768. What product was advertised on TV by Elvis' father?
50769. What exactly is quicksilver?
50770. When was Einstein born and when did he die?
50771. I have the autograph of Miranda Otto, who plays Eowyn in "Lord of the Rings." How much is it worth?
50778. Which provider of equipment for executions in the United States lost his reputation trying to show that the Holocaust never happened?
50780. Where are the crew of the Arizona, the US ship that was sunk in Pearl Harbor, buried?
50781. In the 1988 film "Gotham" also known as "The Dead Can't Lie" who played the tramp who sang "Danny Boy"?
50782. If the Earth is moving around the sun, and the Earth's magnetic field reverses polarity every 15,000 years or so, then how come the North Star has not appeared to move at all since people first started keeping astronomical records and calendars?
50784. How many acres of land make up the whole of the United Kingdom; England, Wales, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland?
50785. At what date is it predicted that the reversal of the Earth's magnetic field, which is taking place right now, will be complete?
50787. What is the land speed world record and it was set by who?
50788. What is an otter?
50789. How long approximately would it take to fly from John O'Groats to Lands End and back in a helicopter and would one standard tank of fuel be sufficient to cover the whole journey?
50790. What is the correct pronunciation of the surname of singer Israel Kamakawiwo'ole?
50791. What are some other animals besides humans that mate face-to-face?
50792. In "Star Wars" does Obi-Wan Kenobi have any siblings?
50794. What is Nik Kershaw doing these days?
50795. How much is a new Steve Redgrave book hand-signed by him worth?
50796. If you were to release a balloon into the jet stream, how long would it take for the balloon to travel around the world?
50798. Which Shakespeare character assumed the name Balthazar when she handled a legal case?
50799. What colour did Thomas Hope say must never be used as interior decoration, and why?
50800. Why is it that some of Cipriani's best known paintings are constantly dragged around the streets of London?
50801. Of this band's singles, one popularised the art of phasing, one had a melody based on a hymn and one inspired a hit by Blur. Can you name the band and the three hit songs involved?
50802. What are blackheads? What do they consist of?
50803. I heard of a competition in the mid 90's that pitted US Rangers against Russian Spetsnaz troopers. Did this actually take place?
50804. What is pink eye?
50805. In "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Puck claimed he could girdle the world in how many minutes? What would happen if he reached enough speed to enable him to do that?
50806. Which artist, first name Pablo, was born in Spain in 1881 and has a museum in Saragossa named after him?
50807. What are warts?
50808. What are some of the physiological effects of smoking?
50809. At the time of their induction, who was the oldest person inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame?
50810. How did the band Coldplay come about naming itself?
50812. In "Star Wars" how old must a Padawan be to be on his or her own?
50813. "Charlie's Angels" stars Lucy Lui but she was not first choice for the role. Who was supposed to be first choice?
50814. Does anyone know who else sings "On My Own" a song from "Les Misérables"? I know Elaine Paige sings it.
50815. When and in what context did Margaret Thatcher say that, "A man riding a bus (to work) at age 26 may count himself a failure"?
50819. What was the name of William Tell's son who had the apple shot off the top of his head?
50820. Is David Brent's "fact" about lemons true?
50821. Whose work towards obtaining a Nobel Prize included sticking a tube into his own heart via his arm?
50822. What have been measured for over 80 years with a Brannock Device, named after its inventor?
50823. Who is the band who sings the 1980's song "Oh Sherrie"?
50827. What was the first shore resort built on the coast line of New Jersey?
50828. What was the name of the shell-shocked soldier that General Patton accused of being a coward and then slapped?
50829. What are teeth made of?
50830. What is the highest number of Atlantic hurricanes that made landfall in one year?
50831. Which Shakespearean title character is deaf in one ear according to the first act of the play and in which ear?
50833. What are fingernails made of?
50834. What was the name of Led Zeppelin's album released in 1973?
50835. Also called icterus, what is the medical term for yellowish discoloration of the whites of the eyes, skin, and mucous membranes caused by deposition of bile salts in these tissues, occuring as a symptom of various diseases such as hepatitis that affect the processing of bile?
50837. Does Nik Kershaw's "The Riddle" have a solution?
50839. Aside from Al Gore, have any other candidates won the popular vote but lost the Presidency?
50840. Led Zeppelin's fourth album has for a title four symbols. What does each of these symbols represent?
50841. What are the biggest ever margins of victory and defeat for the England football team?
50842. How many people did it take to build the Twin Towers?
50843. England had one king known as Coeur de Lion but there was nearly another one as well. Who was he?
50845. On the television series "Due South" what was it that caused Diefenbaker to lose his hearing?
50850. Which US TV series co-starred an American footballer and a former professional cheerleader in the title roles?
50851. Which current world leader has black belts in judo and karate?
50852. How long is the Hood Canal River?
50853. How did Mama Cass of the Mamas and the Papas die?
50854. What television show celebrates its 25th anniversary today, 7 September 2004?
50855. Which substances have the highest and lowest specific heat capacities?
50856. What famous sculpture was revealed to the world 500 years ago today, and what, if anything, is wrong or incorrect about that sculpture?
50857. Which famous series of books ends "with a curse"?
50858. In the film version she played the part of Louisa von Trapp. Who was her real-life husband?
50859. What was the cause of the seemingly fatal landing of the Genesis Mission Capsule in the Utah desert?
50860. What are the main types of sake?
50863. Was Star Trek's Captain James Kirk based upon British explorer Captain James Cook?
50864. Which Pro Hall of Fame quarterback was named MVP of Super Bowl XIII?
50865. Which two NFL franchises were swapped by their owners in 1972?
50866. Which Heisman Trophy winner from Oregon State did the Los Angeles Rams select number one over all in the 1963 draft?
50867. How old is the city of Poulsbo?
50868. What is the program Limewire used for?
50871. What is the oldest continuously inhabited city in existence?
50872. What proportions of Africa and Australia respectively are desert?
50873. On what charges was the playwright Joe Orton imprisoned in 1962?
50875. What is the difference between billiards, pool and snooker?
50877. How many weeks did Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" album spend on the Billboard album chart?
50878. Pete Buck of the band R.E.M. moved to Georgia in 1970. Where was he born?
50879. Do all of the former Soviet republics border Russia?
50880. Why will Kendal be dark tomorrow night, 10th September, for the 35th time?
50881. Are shark teeth, including megalodon teeth, made of bone?
50882. What has been a number one hit single in the greatest number of countries?
50883. What September event connects Frank Bruno, Chris de Burgh, Johannes Rau, Status Quo, Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Geri Halliwell?
50884. Will the United States hold any special events to commemorate 9/11 on Saturday?
50885. Has anyone refused to pose for the cover of Sports Illustrated due to the "SI cover jinx"?
50887. Both the old TV series "London's Burning" and the new "Steel River Blues" feature a Blue Watch. Are UK firemen's shifts colour-coded in some way and if so, how?
50890. Which city is bigger, London or Riyadh?
50892. What exactly is the "Madden Jinx" and who has been jinxed?
50893. As of episode 300 of The Simpsons, "Barting Over," exactly how many guests have appeared on the show?
50898. What is the danger of ammonium nitrate fertilizer?
50900. How many cities in China have more than one million people?
50902. What was the first TV theme song to hit the top 40 charts?
50903. What is the name of the fictional Midwestern town and state in Sinclair Lewis' novel "Arrowsmith"?
50904. What alloy, used as an imitation gold, is made of copper and zinc?
50905. How much blubber do whales have?
50906. With reference to the numbers tattooed on the arms of Jews during World War II, who was number 1? It must have been someone.
50908. What is the tuft of hair below a man's lower lip called?
50911. How many species of truly carnivorous plants are there?
50913. Can anyone tell me which years the 351c's (4V) were made?
50917. Which English scientist coined the term "dinosaur", founded the Natural History Museum, and discovered the gorilla?
50918. Evolved into a legless form to suit its burrowing lifestyle, which reptile resident in Britain is really a lizard?
50919. The Amish live mainly in which US state?
50920. By what name do citizens of India know their country?
50921. What's the name of the famous artist that helps Danielle in the 1998 movie "Ever After"?
50922. About how many moose are there in the world?
50924. What kind of weapon is a flail?
50927. In what body of water is the Mona Passage located?
50928. On the TV show "Gilligan's Island" what was the Professor's name?
50929. Where was the Liberty Bell made?
50930. In the Beatles' song "Across the Universe" does the phrase "Jai guru deva om" have any meaning to it?
50931. Which major golfing event took place at Lindrick Golf Course in the 1960s?
50933. Recently someone told me of a heart-attack which was so violent that those nearby were covered with blood. To me this sounds like not just a very unpleasant yarn, but also a very unlikely one. Can the pressure build-up to a heart-attack possibly be enough to burst the chest open?
50934. By the most recent estimates, what percent of the population of China can speak English?
50935. Which North American musical artist was the first to perform a concert in Vietnam since the end of the Vietnam War?
50936. Did actress Vivian Leigh bear any relation to Janet Leigh?
50939. When a ship, such as the Titanic, sinks and then is discovered in the sea, why is it there are never any bodies or remains in the ship?
50940. Why isn't Puerto Rico a state?
50941. Which country's name refers to a rodent?
50942. How many times has the River Nile frozen over in recorded history?
50943. Who ironically gave us the "Three R's"?
50944. What was the first country to abolish capital punishment and when?
50945. When did the first personal computer go on sale and what was its name?
50946. What is the longest distance recorded in the men's long jump in the Olympic Games?
50948. Before Hurricane Charley on August 13, 2004, what was the last major hurricane to strike Punta Gorda, Florida, and in what year?
50949. How big was the biggest tornado?
50950. I'm going to store a guitar for 24 months. Should I store it with the strings loosened or tuned (taut) to avoid damage?
50952. Has anyone ever been struck by lightning when they were pregnant?
50953. Has anyone ever been killed by a ton of jellyfish?
50954. Which actor, a regular member of the cast of the original Star Trek, had previously been a real captain?
50956. How many people have walked on the moon?
50957. How many National Cemeteries are in the USA?
50958. The word "vinegarroon" referring to the whip scorpion was used in the 2004 Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee. However, I've also seen it spelled with just one "r." Is that correct too?
50959. How many eggs can a chicken lay in one laying?
50962. What is the Log Cabin Club, and how did it get its name?
50963. Why has the famous work "Catcher in the Rye" never been made into a film?
50964. In the movie "The Man Without a Face" did Mel Gibson molest that young boy?
50965. Who invented the camera?
50966. What was the first English word ever invented?
50967. Where would you find the island of Melaswen?
50968. Who was the "Man with the Golden Nose" and how did his works contribute to science?
50970. There used to be only 25 letters in our "Modern Roman" alphabet. Which letter was added later, and when?
50971. Where exactly does your bowel movement go when you flush the toilet? I hope I'm not drinking the same water later on.
50972. What is Michael Stipe's first name?
50973. What was the band named UFO originally known as?
50974. Who won "Joe Millionaire"?
50977. In the film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" what was the name of Eddy's brother?
50979. What is the average age for the total population in Japan?
50980. What is the name of the edible pulp inside a lemon?
50982. When was the first baseball All Star game played, where was it played and who won it?
50983. What war was the first to have authorized film coverage?
50984. What was the name of the first hurricane to ever form?
50986. What is the name of the man who dressed up like Batman and then climbed the ledge of Buckingham Palace?
50987. Why is there a surreal elongated skull at the bottom of Holbein's painting "The Ambassadors"?
50988. Is Ace Buchanan really Babe Chandler's son?
50989. In the movies who was late for a date because he was playing beach volleyball?
50992. What had been named after a Nobel Prize winning physicist for a while, his name having now been replaced by a single letter?
50993. Who once said, "The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds, and the pessimist fears this is true"?
50994. How many albums has Reba sold in her lifetime?
50995. What is the full name of the creator of Algebra?
50996. Why are the letters on a keyboard positioned the way they are? Wouldn't it be easier to have them in alphabetical order?
50997. I am a soldier in the US Army and it shames me to say it but I have a very hard time shining boots. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to get a "bling bling" shine on my boots?
50998. What are the mascot names for Navy, St. Johns and Nevada?